‘Ahn Hye-ji shot!’ A big gesture for her alma mater’s juniors

Busan BNK’s Ahn Hye-ji did a big favor for her alma mater’s juniors.

On the 14th, a familiar face appeared at Dongju Women’s Middle School, where an athletic meet was held. It was Ahn Hye-ji (164 cm, G). She became a free agent this season and re-signed with her original club, BNK, for a total of 310 million won ($310 million) over four years.

Ahn Hye-ji, who is known for her love for her alma mater, visited the school and donated 20 million won in scholarships for the basketball team’s juniors. She longed for overseas training as a student and came up with the idea herself, 스포츠토토 hoping to help her juniors experience a wider stage.

Coach Kim Eun-ryung of Dongju Women’s Basketball Club said, “Ahn Hye-ji said that she couldn’t go on a training trip to Japan when she was in school, so she proposed (the event) herself, thinking that it would be an opportunity for the juniors to learn a lot. Her good deed has given our basketball students a big dream and motivation,” he said.

“After the season, he always visits the school to encourage the juniors, and we are very grateful for his good deed. I hope that our players will also grow up to be players who can make a good impact like her.”

With the scholarship, the Dongju Girls’ Basketball Team will travel to Japan for a four-day, five-night training camp in early June.

Ahn Hye-ji, who participated in the event, said, “I’m very grateful to be able to visit after graduating from school. I am grateful to the principal and the basketball coach, and I am grateful that they said they were proud of me.”

Dongju Yeojoong from Busan, who is currently in the midst of preparing for the boys’ championships, will face Hyo Sungjoong from Daegu in the first round on March 24th.

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